2 November 2010

057: 9 March 1901

057
09/03/1901
British Home Nations Championship
England (ENG)
-
Ireland (IRE)
H/T
3
0
1-0
Referee:
Thomas Robertson (SCO)

Venue:
The Dell, Southampton
Attendance:
8,000
Goals:
ENG: Crawshaw 9, Hedley 81, Foster 83
IRELAND: (royal blue shirts)
Coach:
-
Captain:
A.L. Goodall
James Vincent Nolan-Whelan, William Gibson, Peter Boyle, Jimmy Connor, Archie Goodall, Joe Burnison, Tom Black, Robert Rea, John Mansfield, Isaac Doherty, Robert Clarke

Match Pictures:
Back row [l-r]: Jimmy Connor, Peter Boyle, Willie Gibson, John Mansfield, Joe Burnison, Robbie Clarke
Front row: Tommy Black, Bob Rea, Archie Goodall, Isaac Doherty, Jim Nolan-Whelan,
Source: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~coolumkids/pboyle.html


Match Programme:


Notes:

  • The Irish players wore black armbands as a mar of respect for Lord Chichester, Irish FA President, who had just died.
  • Foster is often credited with England's second goal (as well as third), but this was in fact scored by George Hedley.

Credits/Sources:
George Glass
IFFHS
The British Home Football Championships 1884-1984 (Richard Samuel, 2003)
NI Stats
Chris Goodwin (England Football Online)

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